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Scientists worried by riot control ray gun
Scientists are questioning the safety of a Star Wars-style riot control ray gun due to be deployed in Iraq next year.
As ailing Gulf War Heroes from all 27 coalition countries slowly die of “unknown causes,” they wait for answers from their respective governments… but no satisfying or even credible answers have come forth from the military establishment.
Iraqi forces 'unprepared' to fight rebelsIraqi forces 'unprepared' to fight rebels
Nearly two-thirds of the new Iraqi army units are only "partially capable" of fighting rebels - and only then with US help, while up to half of Iraq's new police forces cannot carry out their duties, according to a Pentagon assessment reported in the New York Times .
Baghdad hit by fresh bomb attacks
At least eight Iraqis have died in a series of attacks by Iraqi insurgents in and around Baghdad.
Insurgents Kill 8 in Attacks Across Iraq
'Eating a Single French Fry in a Metrorail Station'
In a zero tolerance case, [Roberts] upheld the arrest and booking of a 12-year-old girl for eating a French fry on the Washington, D.C., subway system, where consuming food is prohibited by law.
President Picks Fellow Torture Architect, Long-Time Bush Crime Family Operative for Supreme Court
"Roberts was also part of a three-judge panel that handed Bush an important victory last Friday when it ruled that the military tribunals of detainees held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, could proceed."
Bush chooses John Roberts Jr. for Supreme Court
Bush to push CAFTA in speech to Organization of American States
WHITE HOUSE President Bush will be trying to drum up support for the Central American Free Trade Agreement today when he addresses the Organization of American States in Washington.
15th World Conference on Disaster Management.
UN "peacekeepers" in Haiti accused of massacre
Eyewitnesses Describe Massacre by UN Troops in Haitian Slum
Missouri issues ID numbers to pupils
Missouri is assigning a 10-digit identification number to its public school students, from the 34 in tiny Wyaconda, Mo., to the more than 37,000 students in the St. Louis Public Schools. The ID numbers will allow educators to track students from preschool through high school.
Big Brother Coming to Ottawa Taxis
A new Big Brother?
Union calls for European ban on staff-tracking RFID
Hi-tech trolley set to change shopping experience
Release: Cheney leaked classified information, too, group says
"Mr. Cheney's reference to classified information and Mr. Rove’s confirmation of Ms. Plame’s identity, accompanied by the ensuing silence from the White House, shows a distinct pattern: leaking classified information that the administration deems beneficial
Bush: Aides Who 'Committed a Crime' Will Be Fired
Bush seems to change criterion for possible dismissal in CIA leak
As he took more pills, Mr. Paey came under surveillance by police officers who had been monitoring the prescriptions. Although they found no evidence that he'd sold any of the drugs, they raided his home and arrested him.
ISPs Versus the Zombies
Internet service providers face mounting pressure to keep their networks free of pests--not only for the benefit of their customers, but also for the good of the Internet in general.
Warning Labels On Soda?
Hurricane Emily Lashes Yucatan Peninsula
60 minutes demonizes .50 caliber guns
"But you wouldn’t have been able to buy guns for the Kosovo Liberation Army if the gun laws in this country were stricter," says Bradley.
State leads way with gun crackdown
California firearm bill seen as a de facto ban on ammo
China Severs Its Currency's Link to Dollar
China dropped its politically volatile policy of linking its currency to the U.S. dollar on Thursday, adopting a more flexible system based on a basket of foreign currencies that could push up the price of Chinese exports to the United States and Europe.
Police shot dead in Mexican city
Two police officers have been shot dead in a northern Mexican border city which is the focus of a major crackdown on drug trafficking.
Police seize Bush grenade suspect
A $80,000 reward was offered for information about the suspect
Police in Georgia have arrested a man suspected of throwing a grenade towards US President George Bush during a visit to the former Soviet republic in May.
Keeping Up the Fear: U.S. says militants planning attacks in Saudi Arabia
2 religious soldiers believed behind J'lem fake bomb
German court frees 'top bin Laden aide'
Contradictions in the London Police Shooting
Several eye-witnesses describe seeing an Asian man running away from 3 or 4
plain-clothed police officers, who then pushed him down (one report says
they sat on him, too) and then shot him 4, 5, or 6 times (depending on the
report, one claims also it was as many as 10).
N.Y. Subway Riders Resigned to Searches
The searches that have begun on the New York subway are only the beginning. Cities all over the country are already falling in line and readying to install similar procedures on all mass transit lines.
New York to Randomly Search Bags on Transit After U.K. Incident
London Police Kill Man at Subway Station
Police shot and killed a man wearing a thick coat at a London subway station Friday, a day after the city was hit by its second wave of terrorist attacks in two weeks.
New London blasts prompts tighter Bay Area security
Passengers riding Muni and BART today will see more police officers, yellow-vested transit workers and bomb-sniffing dogs aboard trains and in stations following four bombings targeting London's public transportation system.
Clarke 'lowers bar' on terror crime via web, writing, preaching
Another Phony Al-Qaeda Group Claims Responsibility For Latest London Bombings
There is no evidence that the group even exists. They have claimed responsibility for everything from the 2003 blackout to car bombings in Iraq, yet in no case is there any proof of their involvement.
CCTV Used in Search for Terrorism Suspects
Police have released images of the four suspected suicide bombers who tried tobring more death and carnage to London on Thursday.
Reports Of Explosions
This seems to be little more than fearmongering on behalf of the government. They were very insulted by the fact that a large portion of the population didn't buy their official story on the London bombings and this is an attempt to scare the people into not asking questions.
Police search hospital near blast
Armed police officers have returned to University College Hospital, close to the scene of one of the blasts in London, to search the premises.
Blair urges calm after explosions
Prime Minister Tony Blair has urged Londoners to be calm and to get back to business as normal following a series of minor explosions on Thursday.
Tube alerts: eyewitness reports
The Tube has been plunged into chaos and several stations evacuated after minor blasts on three trains and a bus.
London tube incidents: Are you affected?
London blasts latest
More Explosions in London: Psy-ops in Progress
ATTACK ON LONDON:
Bechtel Runs London Underground
Formed by three companies with extensive rail experience—Bechtel, British-based Jarvis, and Spanish-owned Amey—Tube Lines is responsible for upgrading the Jubilee, Northern, and Piccadilly lines, which account for nearly 40 percent of the Underground’s 358 kilometers (222 miles).
Probability of 7/7 Drill and Attack Coinciding
One chance in 3,715,592,613, 265,750, 000,000,000,000,
London Underground Exercises: Peter Power Responds
Obviously, Power, in his email, is trying to downplay the significance of the mock-versus-real events.
New Developments In London Underground Exercise Story
London Underground Exercises and the Magically Exploding Terrorists: Important Questions
How the Government Staged the London Bombings in Ten Easy Steps
POINTS OF INVESTIGATION: THE LONDON BOMBING
Same-time-as-attack underground bombing exercise in London a chilling coincidence?
Bush sees London attacks as reason for Patriot Act
"As we saw in London, the terrorists are still active and they are still plotting to take innocent life," Mr. Bush told law-enforcement officers in Baltimore. "So my message to the Congress is clear: This is no time to let our guard down, and no time to roll back good laws."
Gitmo GIs criticize Democrats
Soldiers from Massachusetts and Hawaii who work at the U.S. military detention facility at U.S. Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, gave visiting home-state senators a piece of their mind last week.
Bush urges Congress to extend Patriot Act
Electric torture in China
U.S. says China could be long-term regional threat
China's rapidly modernizing military could pose a long-term threat to other regional armed forces but its ability to project conventional power beyond its borders remains limited, the Pentagon said on Tuesday.
North Korea has nuclear bomb, would-be defector claims: report
A defector claiming to have been in the North Korean parliament said the communist state has produced a nuclear bomb and attempted to sell missiles to Taiwan, a South Korean magazine reported.
China Threatens to Nuke the U.S.
Feeling Bohemian: It’s camp time!
Every July, the top movers, shakers and hotshots retire to the depths of the redwood forests of Sonoma for a top secret, completely hush-hush retreat.
Tunnel linking Lynden, Canada
A "professionally constructed" tunnel leading nearly 100 yards from an abandoned house in the Northwest Washington town of Lynden to a greenhouse just beyond the U.S.-Canadian border was shut down yesterday before it could be used.
The 9/11 Commission Report One Year Later Hosted By Rep. Cynthia Mckinney
One year after the release of the 9/11 Commission Final Report many questions about what transpired on September 11, 2001 and who should be held accountable still remain unanswered. Serious flaws and omissions in the Report have been addressed by whistleblowers and academics.
Hiroshima bomb may have carried hidden agenda
Gallup Finds Bush Approval Rating at New Low
Political Artwork in State Office is Raising Some Hackles
ATTACK ON LONDON:
Police issue bomb suspect images
Police have issued CCTV images of four men they want to question over the attempted bomb attacks on three Tube trains and a bus in London on Thursday.
Attacks on UK will continue, radical cleric says
Militant Islamists will continue to attack Britain until the government pulls its troops out of Iraq and Afghanistan, one of the country's most outspoken Islamic clerics said on Friday.
Scotland Yard Knew Of Second Bombing Attempt
The day before the bombing on the tube, security was massively beefed up, with hundreds of police and bomb-sniffing dogs. This confirms that they had some kind of warning and increased security ahead of the second bombing attempt.
Training you to be slaves
'Terror plot to use perfume in bomb'
BOMBER Jermaine Lindsay bought innocent designer perfumes and aftershaves as a deadly mix for the London gang's home-made devices, police fear.
Mossad Chief Confirms Netanyahu's Warning of London Bombing
“The Mossad office in London received advance notice about the attacks, but only six minutes before the first blast, the paper reports, confirming an earlier AP report. As a result, it was impossible to take any action to prevent the blasts.”
More Numerology in London Bombings
[S]omeone is intentionally using both a numerical and date assigned encryption for these attacks.
Terror hunt 'to take decades'
Ties to U.S. Made Britain Vulnerable, Report Says
Who shorted British pound?
If Osama bin Laden didn’t exist if would be necessary to invent him’
Police Warn of New Attack on London
Another Contradiction in the London Bombings
The Convenient Malfunction Of The London Bus Camera
London Bombing: Ex-Mossad Chief Reveals Too Much?
Residents still shut out of homes
Our Listeners' Responses to the Attacks in London (Updated)
Mainstream Media Reports "Suicide Theory" Difficult to Swallow
Its very exciting to see mainstream publications not buying into the propaganda. Never before have so many people witnessed a government-backed terrorist attack and immediately seen through it.
Bomb 'mastermind' was victim of name confusion
Latest Evidence Closes Case on London Bombings
London bombers may have been tricked into setting off bombs: Police
MI5 said bomber was not a threat
French say suspects were arrested then freed
UK cops ID terror mastermind
Frame-up: Do These People Fit The Bill Of Suicide Bombers?
'No internal inquiry' into blasts
No inquiry is under way into why the London bombers were not picked up by the security services, Lord Chancellor Lord Falconer has said.
Iran ayatollah says Blair government could have bombed
London Stagecoach Employee Says Bus Bombing Suspicious
Cui bono? Stupidity Versus Logic in the Latest “Terror” Attack
Border Chief Reaches Out to Volunteers
The top U.S. border enforcement official said Wednesday that his agency is exploring ways to involve citizen volunteers in creating "something akin to a Border Patrol auxiliary" _ a significant shift after a high-profile civilian campaign this spring along the Arizona-Mexico border.
Group pushes plan for young immigrants who arrived illegally
Greenspan warns on fuel, housing
Alan Greenspan, chairman of the Federal Reserve, spoke favorably of the overall economy in Congressional testimony Wednesday, but warned investors about the risks of a housing bubble and fuel prices that are likely to keep rising for years.
Unocal backs sweetened $17 bln Chevron bid
U.S. oil producer Unocal Corp. endorsed a sweetened $17 billion takeover offer from Chevron Corp., preferring it to a higher bid from China's state-run CNOOC Ltd.
Oil Prices Fall on Rising U.S. Supplies
Oil prices fell by more than $1 a barrel on Wednesday after new government data showed rising U.S. supplies of diesel and heating oil and only a smaller-than-expected decline in crude oil inventories.
Crude Oil Futures Open Week Higher
Supreme Court delivers blow to property rights; ruling in Conn. case has Toledo implication
The city of Toledo used eminent domain to force Herman Blankenship and his wife, Kim, to leave their auto repair shop on Stickney Avenue to open the land for the new Jeep plant.
Latest property snatch: Missouri
Amendment would protect Californians' homes
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